Burgundy's Cote d'Or



In Burgundy, an ancient and fractured geology delivers wines of distinction and distinctiveness. Learn how soil, topography and climate create enough variability to craft 101 different AOCs within this region's borders! Discover the history and historic precedent behind such subtle and nuanced fractionalization. This class covers an in-depth history, geography, climate and the wines of Burgundy's Cote D'Or, the most complex French region and for many people the best wines in the world.


This workshop is part of the French Wine Scholar program. As part of this workshop, you'll taste 6-8 wines related to the curriculum.

LOCATIONS

San Francisco Wine School
415 Grand Ave #301
South San Francisco, CA 94080
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Enoteca La Storia
Downtown San Jose Location
320 W St John St
San Jose, CA 95110
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*See our latest Re-Opening Information for updates on In-Person and Online Classes.

ONLINE & WINE TASTING OPTIONS

All Webinar & Webcast participants will receive pdf handouts, wine lists, and a the link to attend the webinar with login details.  

If in-person classes have not yet resumed by the time class begins or if you are unable to attend class in person, full price registrants may pickup a wine tasting kit with class wines at the school by appointment or have it shipped to you for an additional fee.  You will be notified of pickup procedures prior to class.

Those who would like to attend workshops online and forgo the wine tastings can apply WEBONLY at checkout to any online workshops for 40% off.  SEE ALL WEBONLY WORKSHOPS

 

REQUIREMENTS
All attendees must be at least 21 years of age.